"P.T.A" as written by Nick Banks, Jarvis Branson Cocker, Candida Doyle, Stephen Patrick Mackey, Russell Senior and Mark Andrew Webber....
I know I'm getting on
And you're so very young
But would you like to stay
Until next Saturday

Or Sunday?
I'll give you your own room
It's next door to my room
And some time in the night

Well, maybe I just might
Oh take your clothes off won't you please?
You don't have to talk to me
Just leave the light on so I can see

You've got everything I need
Oh yeah
You know I can't forget
That special night we met

At the local P.T.A.
When your mother came to say
That you'd been taking days off school
I turned and looked at you, I said

"Yes, I understand
I'm gonna take this girl in hand."
Oh take your clothes off, one two three
No you don't have to talk to me

Just leave the light on so I can see
You've got everything you need
Oh yeah
'Cause I never had a woman before

I was too scared to touch the girls in the Poly
And I don't know what it's like to be young
'Cause all my life I've been knocking on forty
Oh yeah

Oh yeah
Oh yeah
Oh yeah
"So if I, put my hand, on your bosom..."

"Yeah?"
"Would that, give you an orgasm? No that's not right
But, but if we, if we kissed with tongues..."
Haha

"Won't that, wouldn't that make, wouldn't that make you come?"
Oh take your clothes off won't you please?
No you don't have to talk to me
Just leave the light on so I can see

You've got everything I need
Oh oh oh
Just one touch was all it took
No you can't learn it from a book

Let's go upstairs and have a
Look
Oh you've got everything I need
Oh yeah

Oh yeah, oh yeah
Oh yeah, oh yeah
Oh yeah


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"P.T.A. (Parent Teacher Association)" as written by Jarvis Branson Cocker Candida Doyle

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    General CommentI love this song. It's so weird. About some old(ish) man who's still a virgin, and takes a fancy to a young girl. He wants to have sex with her because - well, because he wants to have sex. And he's never hand a woman before ('I was too scared to touch the girls in the Poly' - I love that line). A bit pervy, but it's far too sarcastic to be anything Jarvis ever really thought, at least. ♥
    xsvsxon June 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI'd generally agree with what xsvsx says, but I'd add that I have the impression that the man is actually the girl's teacher.
    I assume this from the fact that he met her mother at a PTA (Parent Teacher Association), she having approached him to discuss her daughter's absence, to which he replied (as a teacher might well be expected to, showing he is taking responsibility for the daughter) "I'm gonna take this girl in hand". The clear double meaning of this reply in the context of the song shows his abuse of his responsibility as a teacher.
    yewbarrowon September 15, 2010   Link

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